A culinary landmark in the city, Gaylord has been serving hearty North Indian and Continental fare since 1956. Set in a leafy enclave in one of Mumbai’s original restaurant streets, the charming décor will warm you as much as the menu of unpretentious comfort food. Order staples such as murg makhani (boneless chicken simmered in a rich tomato gravy), succulent seekh kebab (skewers of spicy lamb mince grilled in a clay oven) and saag paneer (hunks of cottage cheese floating in a spinach broth). Augment with pillowy garlic naan and tasty vegetable biryani. There is a garden café and efficient bakery.